Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Props to Jon Rogers!

I just wanted to send a BIG THANK YOU to Jon Rogers.  Without him I would not have been able to start this crazy blogging thing. Sorry I didn't thank you in the first post, it was not intentional as I did thank you on the original website layout.    I am still thinking of Themes and Ideas I want to use but hopefully that will come together soon. 

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Blue Peep Pie?!?!?!

This has got to be one of the weirdest recipes I have seen in a long time.   It came in a free cookbook from Recipe Lion.

Will you try it?

Blue Peep Pie
Easter just is not the same without marshmallow Peeps. Get your fill of Peeps this Easter by putting
them into a pie. This quick and easy dessert recipe is super sweet and perfect for Easter. This easy Easter
recipe is divine.
 1 cookie crumb pie crust
 1 four-serving box blue gelatin
 1 cup boiling water
 1 cup whole milk (or half-and-half/light cream)
 3 cups non-dairy whipped topping, cold but thawed
 2 tablespoons CuraƧao or similar blue liqueur
 15 blue Peeps
 1 cup fresh blueberries, for garnish
1. Freeze crust while you prepare the pie filling.
2. Pour one cup boiling water over gelatin in heat proof bowl. Stir to dissolve gelatin.
3. Add 1 cup cold milk and liqueur. Blend well and refrigerate until gelatin has thickened, but not
set firm.
4. Fold in thawed topping to chilled gelatin mixture. Mix completely so that no streaks remain, but
avoid overworking. Spoon filling into frozen crust.
5. Snip apart each family of Peeps. Arrange in concentric circles atop pie filling. Use fresh
blueberries to fill in gaps between Peeps.
6. Refrigerate for at least three hours.


I finally got everything in order and it works.  I am so excited I can finally start blogging and get it posted up to our website.  I never thought I would be able to figure it out.  I was pretty sure that I had messed everything up.  More to come.....